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Rob Brandon, the director of videos for numerous artists including Kodaline, Gold Panda, Nothing But Thieves, Sundara Karma, and several collaborations with George Ezra, has signed with Kode Media for music and commercial representation in the UK and US.
Dexter Navy's epic 12-minute short film for A$AP Rocky is an intense piece of social realism mixed with magic realism - set in London, but with universal resonance.
Tom Gorst explores youth affected by conflict in this video portrait for Vant. Shot in Kiev and Amman in October 2016, and interwoven with footage from conflict taken by the cast themselves, this video explores two groups of young people and their attempts to live a life overshadowed by war.
Multi-disciplinary studio Schall & Schnabel teamed up with James Hersey for this stylish and graphic performance video for Miss You. Shot against a still-life composition of mirrors and objects on a table up against a light blue background, Hersey sings to his lover who stares back at him in a mirror.
If you attended the UK Music Video Awards 2016 last Thursday, at some point you may have entered the Photopod – a supersized photobooth with interior decor by MVA16 artist REILLY– probably with a few friends, and possibly wearing a funny wig and oversized sunglasses.
Director Naroop enlists the dancing talents of The Twilight Players and they pop, lock and boogaloo in an attempt to woo the locals for Klangkarussell's foot-stomping tune Hey Maria.
Simon Gesrel and Arnaud Viémont present an incredible scene of debauchery and demonic possession told in pauses in time.
Danish singer and film composer Peder - also known as one-half of the Danish comedy duo Gramsespektrum - turns his talents to acting in this poetic, disturbing and gripping music video for his song Shadows Of My Mind, from his fourth album Come With Me.
Director Oscar Sansom takes the Peep Show approach – with added VFX – for his video for Twin Atlantic's anthemic The Chaser. It's a frenetic, multi-perspective POV video set around a single hedonistic evening in a neon-saturated nightclub. And it was shot in the same club in Glasgow that the band played their first show.
JJ Augustavo's new video for Fais and Afrojack's Used To Have It All, sees a Bonnie and Clyde-inspired narrative where Fais embarks on a doom-filled criminal spree across America, with a dancer he meets at a strip club.
Riccardo Salvi has directed this silly but very enjoyable spoof on smartphone addiction for Belzebass and Bassphomet's track Moshpit.